Palma de Mallorca is the capital of Mallorca, one of the Balearic Islands off the west coast of Spain. The climate in Palma de Mallorca is typical of the Mediterranean region with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers.

Throughout the year, temperatures in Palma de Mallorca remain consistent, rarely reaching extreme highs or lows. In the winter months, which span from December to February, temperatures stay between 8 and 14 degrees Celsius. The days are generally cool, cloudy, and damp and can sometimes bring a bit of rain, mostly in the form of showers.

In the spring (March to May), temperatures in Palma de Mallorca start to warm up. This is when the city welcomes its first tourists, drawn to the spring-like weather and blossoming vegetation. The spring months are pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 12 to 21 degrees Celsius and no more than light rain.

As summer begins in June and carries on through August, temperatures jump to the mid twenties and sometimes even higher. The days are hot and sunny, with occasional thunderstorms offering brief flashes of relief. Despite the heat, Palma de Mallorca is known for its pleasant summer breezes coming off the Mediterranean Sea and offering their own form of air conditioning.

September through November are a combination of the seasons in Palma de Mallorca, with temperatures in the mid twenties during the day, but cooling off significantly in the evenings. While the days stay dry, the wet season begins to set in during these months, bringing with it rain showers, mostly in the form of morning and evening showers.

The climate in Palma de Mallorca is generally mild and pleasant, with a variety of temperatures and humidity levels throughout the year. Some months can be quite hot and humid, while others bring a refreshing breeze and mild sunshine. The rains usually come during the spring and fall, while the summer months offer sunny days and clear skies.